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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

My Free Firmoo Sunglasses

We have three days more to go before going back home in the Philippines. We've been here in the US for the past 4 months visiting our friends and loved ones and now we're just want to go home and continue doing the work of the Lord. Our ministry there need us. I was already packing our suitcases and I have to pack too my wrap around sunglasses which I received from Firmoo a few days ago. These wrap around sunglasses are so beautifully crafted for extreme charm and glamor. The frame is constructed of high qualified plastic, bold and durable. Their prices range from $40 to $44.90 each. The good thing is I got this for free so I can make a review about it in my blog.

I love my Firmoo wrap around sunglasses because they are light, fashionable and chic. I'm pretty sure we will be going to the beach when we go back home to my homeland because hubby just love going there. My Firmoo sunglasses would be of great help for me to shield my eyes from the UV rays of the sun. Can't wait to go back home. I miss my family there and also our church family. By the way, if you want to have a  Firmoo Wrap Around Sunglasses but you don’t have a blog to write about it, just go to their website and order the sunglasses that you want. If you’re a new customer, they will give it to you for free. Just pay the shipping. They have nice and affordable prescription eyeglasses too. Check it out and don’t miss out their great products. Check out also my other free sunglasses from Firmoo by clicking here.


Saturday, August 4, 2012

Grace

John Bunyan was converted to Christ from a vile and profane life, and he wanted to tell everyone about it. When he started preaching in his little town of Bedford, England, he was arrested and imprisoned. This was in the days when only ministers for the Church of England could freely preach. Though Bunyan spent years in prison, his voice was never silenced. In fact, during his imprisonment he wrote his great classic  Pilgrim's Progress  and his autobiography, which he entitled  Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners . According to Bunyan, had it not been for "a miracle of precious grace," he would have perished by the stroke of eternal justice.1

The word "grace" means: God's Riches At Christ's Expense. It's God's favor freely bestowed on us in Christ. As we share the Gospel with others, grace should be among the first words on our lips--abounding grace, amazing grace.

How sweet the sound!

His whole gospel is a gospel of grace, words of peace and salvation.

John Bunyan

 But where sin abounded, grace did much more. Romans 5:20 KJV


Thursday, August 2, 2012

Lion-Sized Boldness

In 1934, Adolf Hitler summoned German church leaders to his Berlin office to berate them for insufficiently supporting his programs. Pastor Martin Niemöller explained that he was concerned only for the welfare of the church and of the German people. Hitler snapped, "You confine yourself to the church. I'll take care of the German people." Niemöller replied, "You said that ‘I will take care of the German people.' But we too, as Christians and churchmen, have a responsibility toward the German people. That responsibility was entrusted to us by God, and neither you nor anyone in this world has the power to take it from us."

 It's easy to be intimidated today, for Christian values and convictions are the laughingstock of a godless society. But this is no time to be on the defensive. Christ overturned the moneychangers in the temple without flinching. If Jesus stood firm in His day and Niemöller in his, we can stand for Christ today--as bold as a lion.

The fearful hare trembles at every cry; but the courageous lion is unmoved by the greatest clamors. Were believers to shrink back at every contrary wind that blows, they would never make their voyage to heaven. William Secker, seventeenth-century clergyman 

 The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion. Proverbs 28:1 KJV


Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Walking and Pleasing

By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; "and was not found, because God had translated him": for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God.  Hebrews 11:5

In today's world, the "centenarian club"--those living to age 100 or more--is a select group. Thousands of years ago, prior to the great flood, the goal was not living to 100 but living to 1,000! No one made it, but Methuselah came closest, dying at age 969 years (Genesis 5:27). Methuselah's father, Enoch, was a rarity in those days--he lived only 365 years. But there was a special reason why his lifespan on earth was cut short. 

Enoch's life on earth ended unexpectedly because God removed him from earth, presumably to heaven. We are not told why God took Enoch, but we are given two clues. First, Enoch "walked with God" (Genesis 5:22). Noah is the only other person in the Bible who "walked with God" (Genesis 6:9). Second, we are told that Enoch "pleased God" (Hebrews 11:5). The fact that Enoch lived in a time of great violence and sin on the earth suggests that God removed Enoch from that environment as a reward for his righteousness. 

Regardless of how long we live, our goal today and everyday should be to walk with God in a way that pleases Him. 

 If I walk with the world, I can't walk with God. - Dwight L. Moody